Adobe Acrobat problem error 107

I have Adobe Acrobat 5 and Windows XP.

I scan a document from a big Canon printer that he send it in PDF format to my workstation.

I can open the document with no problem but when i try yo save as my document i have an error message ( i don't care that i can save it or rename it, i need to save as in adobe) i have adobe acrobat in french but the message is : error 107, an error occur during reading (impossible d'enregistrer le document. une erreur est survenu à la lecture de ce document)

thanks...
dany651Asked:
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Karl Heinz KremerCommented:
This means that the PDF file is corrupt. You can get some more information when you hold down the Ctrl key when you click on the OK button on the error dialog.

When you do a Save As operation, Acrobat will need to recreate the PDF document from scratch, whereas when you use just the "Save" function, it will do an incremental update, which means that it will just add the new or updated information to the end of the document.

I suspect there is nothing you can do to repair the file. You could try to re-distill it by printing to the Distiller Printer. It's possible that this will work.
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